Hey, Batter, Batter! The Sandlot Cast Virtually Reunited and Reenacted Your Favorite Quotes

Batter up! The cast of 1993's The Sandlot virtually linked up to take a trip down memory lane on costar Patrick Renna's YouTube series, You're Killing Me With Patrick Renna. The 41-year-old actor - who played Ham Porter - hosted the get-together with Los Angeles Dodgers player Justin Turner and caught up with fellow castmates, including Tom Guiry (Scotty Smalls), Brandon Quintin Adams (Kenny DeNunez), Grant Gelt (Bertram Grover Weeks), Marley Shelton (Wendy Peffercorn), and Wil Horneff (Phillips).

In a teaser shared on Thursday, the squad reminisced on some of their most famous lines, such as Renna's "You're killing me, Smalls" and Horneff's "You eat dog crap for breakfast, geek!" The gathering was organized to help benefit the Justin Turner Foundation, which was founded by Turner and his wife, Kourtney. The charity supports youth baseball organizations, as well as homeless veterans and children who are battling illnesses and diseases. Ahead, watch a preview of the reunion, which will premiere on July 15, and then scroll through memorable stills from the film for a dose of nostalgia. Oh, and read up on everything we know about the upcoming Sandlot series - because, yes, that's happening!

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